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Old 08-06-2008, 05:11 AM   #661
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Have you guys done Passengers in my absence?
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"one love one life" in nice script on my inner left arm .
IT WAS ON YOUR ARM?!
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ooh, this was your first tattoo? i didn't know that. i remember when you posted pics though, i love it.

i hate men who act like that. a guy i was sort of involved with (though not really, ha) hated tattoos with a passion and all that jazz. i don't get the big deal. i think tattoos can be a wonderful way of expressing yourself.
Honestly, I don't like tattoos or the idea of being tattooed and it makes me all squeamish, but if somebody wants one, who the fuck am I to say otherwise? If that's what somebody wants to do, good on them. And most look rather nice and/or interesting, like Jen's or the butterfly my mother has or whatever.
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Macaroni cheese.

I didn't microwave it long enough so it's cold, but what I had while it was warm was pleasant.
microwaved? did you reheat stuff you'd cooked prior or is the microwaveable kind?

(yeah, i'm a bit of a food snob )
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Have you guys done Passengers in my absence?
No, slip of the memory there. We need to do that.
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It may have been her left foot But it was a while ago.

I also saw a girl who looked like Mia once when I was grocery shopping, and a guy who looked like Mr. BAW at the AT&T store!
that's freaky. maybe you live in some alternate real life interference universe
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microwaved? did you reheat stuff you'd cooked prior or is the microwaveable kind?

(yeah, i'm a bit of a food snob )
Reheated.

I'm wishing I'd just cooked something myself.
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Apparently I look like someone called "James" who went to school with some hot girl.
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And we care about your hair you
I assume you've booked a flight to Melbourne so that you can stop me getting it cut on Friday?
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No, slip of the memory there. We need to do that.
I listened to it up to Ito Okashi on the bus this evening

Great night travelling soundtrack
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I saw her online today
Ah, sweet.
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"one love one life" in nice script on my inner left arm .
It took him THAT long to notice it? I mean, when your location said it had gone undiscovered, I figured it must be in some hard to see place. My boyfriend notices bruises on my arms/legs before I even realize they're there.
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Old 08-06-2008, 05:15 AM   #675
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Honestly, I don't like tattoos or the idea of being tattooed and it makes me all squeamish, but if somebody wants one, who the fuck am I to say otherwise? If that's what somebody wants to do, good on them. And most look rather nice and/or interesting, like Jen's or the butterfly my mother has or whatever.
yeah, i hear you. i love getting tattoos personally, i think they're addictive. eventually i want to get a half sleeve on my right arm. but first i need to decide what i want on there, of course.

i can obviously understand people who don't want to get a tattoo, but those who act like anyone with one is vile? fuck you. that's just wrong. i mean, the whole negative connotation of them is long gone, since it's not just prisoners and bikers getting them these days.
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